If farmers don’t get protection from Kovid, situation like Tabligh Jamaat may arise: CJI


The Supreme Court has expressed concern over the gathering of farmers during the hearing in the Tabligh Jamaat case. The CJI said it would become the second tabloid group if rescue measures were not taken.

The Supreme Court has expressed concern over Kovid in the peasant movement. The Supreme Court asked the Center what rules could be followed regarding covid in the peasant movement? “We don’t know if farmers are safe from Kovid-19 (coronavirus),” said CJI SA Babde. Failure to follow the rules can lead to problems like Tabligh Jamaat. First the preaching was done and then the farmers gathered. I don’t know if farmers have protection from covid? We need to talk about the main problem. The CJI has asked the Center to ensure the farmers ’movement is from the Covid Protocol. Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, who presented it to the Center, said there were no rules being followed.

The apex court made the remarks while hearing a petition seeking CBI probe into Nizamuddin Markaz’s involvement. The petitioner said Mohammad Saad was not arrested. The center said it would submit a reply within two weeks. The Supreme Court has given time to the central government.

Earlier, the Center had told the Supreme Court that there was no need for a CBI probe into the consolidation of Jams at Nizamuddin Markaz in Delhi. According to the SC, the Delhi Police is investigating the case day after day. An investigation report will be submitted to the court soon. If the Supreme Court says so, it is ready to file a report on the sealed states of information related to the investigation of this case.

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The petition filed in the court raises the question as to how a large number of people from India and abroad were at Nizamuddin Markaz during the lockdown in the country due to Kovid-19. The petitioner alleged that the Center and the Delhi government had inactivated the coronavirus to take care of the lives of the people. The petition seeks a CBI probe into aspects of the Tabligh Jamaat conference.



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The petition, filed by Jammu-based lawyer Supriya Pandita, asks how a large number of people, including foreign delegates, were allowed to gather at a time when the Corona epidemic was under threat around the world. The petition questions the role of the Center, the Delhi government and the Delhi Police in endangering the health of millions of citizens in Delhi and the country.

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